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191 FRONT DOOR DIARY Jan.l931-Dec. 29, 1931 

VII iii #1 Jan . 1931-March31 1931 



1/14/31 

1/20/31 

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3/28/31 



Mayor Curley visits (Famous people) 

4th anniversary of oldest of WI schools the Redstone School 

Strengthening foundations 

Picture Mill in winter 

Fraters 

Pictures winter sports 

Mention of "tiny WI RR Station" 

Continued work on basement 

Dish washing machine mention and other new equipment 

Discussion of life of the Inn hostess from 1 1 AM to 10:30 PM 

Picture North Wing from west 

"Scarcely recognizable is the fire place in the Old Kitchen- new 

floor, repainted ceiling" 
Death of Miss Welch who "mothered" hostesses.Obit 2/19/31 
Picture front porch (Jan 31,31) 
Old Kitchen is changing 
Picture Southwest School 
Miss Monahan (new hostess) 
Picture of approach over Old Stone bridge in snow 
Watchman's duties 
Picture Fraters 

4th year of WIBS Seven boys here since the beginning 
Discussion old Kitchen floor boards and walls 
Picture of boys in lab 

Picture of Oak and discuss of oaks "over 500 tears old" 
Picture construction of Old Kitchen exterior 
Picture of merchandising class. 
Picture of Adam Howe House 
Picture of kitchen crew 
Picture of hostesses from summer of 1927; three still here 

deMille, Hopkins, Mr. Boyer) Miss Welch dead 
Picture of Southwest school 
Picture of front of Inn and Adam Howe Jr. house 



VII iii #1 April 193 1-June 30 30. 193 1 



4/2/31 
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4/13/31 

4/14/31 

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4/20/31 

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5/8/31 

5/13/31 



Picture of winter landscape 

Old Kitchen opened 

Actors Rod la Rocque and wife Velma Banky (Famous people) 

visit 
Pictures of reservoir, dam, water, dam from top 
Last year fire threatened to destroy Old Tavern, fire today in fields 
Picture Alice Boyer standing by pump 
Picture spring field 

WIBS presents "Great Pumpkin Case" 
Picture Patriot's Day celebrated 
Picture Southest school 
Picture of Exterior of Old Kitchen being repaired, both from the 

front looking north and from the back, looking south 
Lecture by Admiral Byrd in Framingham attended by hostesses 



5/14/3 1 20 millionth Ford arrives at Inn. First car at WI was Stanley 

Steamer. 
5/16/31 1700 gate leg table mentioned as being in the parlor 
5/18/31 Picture Longfellow garden, looking east and showing white statue 

of lady to left 
5/20/31 Picture of store 

5/21/31 Picture of mill wheel and meditation on mill 
5/3 23/3 "From the number of new cars, which have appeared in the family 
parking space since the first of the year, it would seem like 
this has been a good business year." 

Picture of cars 
5/26/3 1 Picture of gate house, looking north 

5/28/3 1 Picture of field and barn looking north Calvin Howe House in 
background left 

Reference to Inn as run by Mrs. Puffer 45 yrs ago (1886) 
5/29/31 Record temp 94 degrees ' 

Picture of Gate house looking south 
6/1/3 1 Picture of garden, looking west toward trellis 
6/3/3 1 Picture of garden looking east 
6/4/3 1 Picture of Clifford Muise, WIBS boy, by pump 
6/7/3 1 Picture of boys at Silver Beach and Miss Betty Boyer 
6/12/3 1 Picture of Lab scene at reheasal for "Tommy" 
6/13/3 1 Article "Glimpses of WI" from Ford News 
6/14/3 1 Picture of group of children "Singing on Singing Hill" 
6/14/3 1 Program Graduation exercises for WI schools 

Pictures of grad exercises on Singing Hill (near by-pass) 
67 17/3 1 Program for tree planting ceremony 

Picture of tree planting 

Program for graduation 
6/18/31 Picture Maypole dance Redstone school 

Picture Southwest school Maypole 

Picture Southwest school baseball, cheering, hurdling 
6/1931 Program graduation Redstone and Southwest schools 
6/20/3 1 Senior ball WIBS dance card 
6/20/3 1 Picture Field day WIBS and senior picture 
6/24/3 1 Picture ducks and turkeys 
6/24/3 1 Visitor from 40 years ago but no ral comments 
6/26/31 Poem by Charles Wagner priaising Boston (dreadful) 
6/29/3 1 Picture lamp post in front of entry step and comments on lamp 

which is still oil. 
7/1/31 Market offers i ce cream 

Picture June in Garden 
7/2/31 Visit by Calvin Coolidge and wife (Famous people) 
7/6/3 1 List of crops being raised 
7/7/3 1 Picture of cattle bought June 1 930 

Picture of Swiss oxen 

Picture of cheviot sheep bought 1929 

Animal inventory includes 6 horses, 1 pony, i boar 7 sows. 
7/8/3 1 Poultry farming and inventory 
7/9/31 Orchard inventory includes 1000 trees on 25 acres (apples, 

peaches, quince) 
7/10/31 Discourse on the fruit cellar 
7/11/31 Market Garden inventory 



lots 



7/22/31 
7/24/31 
7/27/31 



7/14/31 Picture Muriel de Mille in Garden under trellis) came 1927 
7/15/31 Picture Louise Poole (came Aug 1930) 
II 10/31 Picture Ford grandchildren near Longfellow statue 
7/21//3 1 Visitor from 40 years ago ( 1881) remembers dances at inn and 
food 
Picture of coach in winter in front of inn 
Priscilla Staples mentioned as "former hostess" 
Boston Post cartoon on Inn 
Picture Garden looking east at Longfellow 
Picture gardner Mr. Lee 
Chart of planting of flower garden 
7/30 /3 1 Picture of pony cart (no identifiable background) 
8/3/3 1 Picture of Marion Allen (came Aug. 29 to Redstone School) 

"Old House at Sudbury" poem about WI by Parsons (handwritten) 
Discourse on salvage yard 
"It is such a nice custom you have of paying for meals befor one 
enters the dining room... it gives the guest the feeling of 
being entertained at the home of a friend particularly when 
..waitress announces 'dinner is served'" 
Son and daughter-in-law of Boyer spend honeymoon at Inn 
Comment on W.I. as "force for good." 
Pcture of Boyer' s car 
reference to Mrs Sarah Josephine Hall, the author of the last three 

stanzes of Mary Had a Little Lamb 
Picture of Mill looking south west (back) stones sprayed around 

of ivy 
Priscilla Staples visits inn (left over a year ago) 
Discourse on store and store keeper, Acton. B. Thriving 
Guest says Edward Mead, great, great grand uncle, visited before 

Lemon and wrote editorial in Boston papers 
Mrs. Bennet , hostess over the summer, starts teaching at Redstone 
School. Teachers to Redstone and southwest are Miss Allen, 
Mr. Hatch (visiting from boy's school) Miss Hopkins, Mrs. 
Poole, Miss Dickinson, 
"hum of new electric cleaner somewhat disturbs the tranquillity" 
Discourse on morning at the inn. 
9/12/31 Picture of Redstone School from 1930 
Picture of cattle 

List of attractions at the inn: Inn, Redstone school, cattle, market 
garden, flower garden; walled enclosed old fashioned 
garden; grist mill, Boy's school-Solomon Duttn Dorm; 
Country Store, Laboratory, dairy barns; orchards, reservoi. 
"care for ancient hostelry as mother dies her only child." 
9/153 1 Picture of cattle front of gate (from Boston Sunday News) 

Discourse on charm of inn "much that is, in reality, but a revival of 
old customs is, to the average guest, new and therefore of 
utmost interest." 
9/16/31 Guy Lombardi (sic) came to visit with 15 Royal Canadians 
(Famous People) 
Visitor Sarah Mudge remembers characters in Tales 
9/17/3 1 Mayor Curley sends visitors 

9/21/31 Guests gather to watch roast sizzling in Old Kitchen. Guests come 
into Bar Room to pay admission fee. 



8/4/31 
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8/10/31 
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9/25/3 1 Last time WIBS boys will eat at Inn dining room. From now on 

will eat at Dutton Lodge 
9/30/31 Remark "sweetness of cider. 



VII hi #4 Oct. 1931 -Dec 31. 1931 

10/3/3 1 Rice/Brigham family reunion. Old man tells of attendng prayer 

meeting in Longfellow parlor. 
10/8/3 1 Picture from Brigham/ Rice reunion 
10/12/31 "Gray clad waitresses" quote from Treadway "Inn known for 

hospitality as well as food and lodging." 
10/15/3 1 Man tells of coming to inn with Franklin D. Roosevelt when they 

were college students (Famous People) 
10/19/3 1 Death of "One of the greatest men in the history of the world" 

Thomas Alva Edison. 
10/20/3 1 Guests ask to see where Edison slept "Massive firniture of the 

Empire period" 
10/21/31 Picture of WIBS bus (new) 

10/27/3 1 First Old Kitchen dinner served this year. Van Shaik visits 
1 1/2/3 1 Picture Parmenter House 
11/5/31 Mention of admission before signing guest book 
1 1 /6/3 1 Mention of elms in front of inn 
1 1/10/3 1 Mention of copper kettle in Washington dining room; also copper 

Betty in parlor; "nice to see parlor and ticking of two old 

clocks" 
1 1/12/3 1 Mention of new road and traveling along a dirt road toward 

Framingham' ,mentions truned off to see Parmenter house. 
1 1/ 14/3 1 Description of Old Kitchen 
1 1/16/3 1 Description of "Home Products shop new collection of glass and 

china and Staffordshire figure, steigel glass, Mexican 

porridge dishes" on Welch dressser 
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1 1/19/3 1 Removal of window screens over fly season 
1 1/20/3 1 On wall of Washington Dining room hangs dim old mirror 

"courting mirror." 
1 1/23/31 Old stage coach formerly on Post Road... taken from Inn on a 

pilgrimage through cities as a forerunner of Christmas Seal 

sale. 
1 1/24/31 Garden put to sleep, statues boxed. 

Picture of celery crop. 
12/1/31 Discourse on old houses on WI property 
12/2/31 Miss Hopkins leaves has been here since 1927. her history 
12/3/31 Picture rear of inn 
1 2/4/3 1 Picture of front of inn 

12/5/31 Picture of garden , facing Longfellow bust now boxed. 
12/7/31 Picture "head house construction" at greenhouse on Duttom 

Road opposite Dutton Lodge. 
12/8/31 Picture of fields showing bam, looking north 

Picture of lamb in fields 
12/9/31 reference to "our road. The high road above the one leading past the 

inn. Provides view of Grist Mill and grazing sheep Takes 

away heavy traffic from the inn road." 
12/11/31 Program WIBS 3 one act plays 
12/12/31 Description Wayside Inn market 



12/14/3 1 Sample menu for boys a WIBS 

1 2/ 17/3 1 Story of Post Road 

12/22/31 Picture Country store at Christmas 

12/23/3 1 Program of WIBS three Christmas plays 

12/24/3 1 Mrs Lemon and Mr. Edward Lemon come to tea at Inn 

12/25/31 "245 th Christmas at Inn" Christmas card showing Inn 

12 28/31 Poem "Red Horse Inn of Sudbury Road," Author Anthony Wood 

'33 (A Holy Cross student) 
12/30/31 Picture of Ida Tarbell because she was a friend of Mabel Welch 

and visited Inn (Famous People) 
12/3 1/3 1 Invitation WIBS Leap Year Dance 193 1-32 

"Rang out the old year with a cowbell" Description of 

festivities. 



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FOURTH ANNUAL 

Unitarian Intercollegiate Conference 

for New England 

Subject 

" MALADJUSTMENTS " 

Time: Saturday and Sunday, February 28, and March 1, 1931 
Place: Longfellow's Wayside Inn, South Sudbury, Massachusetts 

PROGRAM Information 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 The Conference is aimed to interest all 

1.00 P.M. Luncheon. liberal college students, whatever their denom- 

inational preference. 
2.30 Welcome and Introduction to the 

Conference, Everett M. Baker. Registration Fee of one dollar should be 

sent to Caroline Drisko, 25 Beacon Street, 
2.45 Address, "Social and Mental Adjust- Boston, to insure reservations for the week- 

ments," Dr. A. Warren Stearns, Massa- enc j 

chusetts Commissioner of Correction _ . , . 

, ~ /-T-r w j- i o l i Overnight Accommodations are being 

and Dean of Tufts Medical School. ..,.„« TT . . ° 

_.. . supplied by Marlboro Unitarians. 

Discussion. rr ' 

. . ,. . Transportation to and from Marlboro 

4-4.30 Recreation. .,, , , , , , , ,, 

will be by bus at the expense of the Con- 

4.30 Address, "International M a 1 a d j u s t- ference. 

ments," Leonard W. Cronkhite, Boston _ r . e , , . 

T it- t ~ t 1 he Cost oi the Conference to each dele- 

Importer and Exporter, Trustee or . . , r , .. , . 

World Peace Foundation and Director § ate u 1S a ma * im ™ of five dollars for meals, 

of League of Nations Association. with a possible reduction by an appropriation 

t^. .° from the Conterence treasury. This is be- 
Uiscussion. , , -ii i-i jj -• 

cause of the invariably high standards or 

6.00 Supper. meals at the Inn. 

7.00 Bus for Marlboro from Wayside Inn. Further appropriation is being made by the 

8.15 Return Bus from Marlboro. Committee, for the benefit of bringing dele- 

gates from a distance. Application should be 

s.iv an . made to Caroline Drisko with information as 

12.00 Bus for Marlboro. to the carfare involved and the amount the 

delegate is prepared to pay. 
SUNDAY, MARCFI 1 

9.30 A.M. Bus from Marlboro. Advisory Committee 

10.00 Address, "Industrial and Economic Ad- Rqbert b Williams Amherst 

justments," Mr. Henry S. Dennison, Richard C. Elioit Bates 

President of the Dennison Manufactur- Angie Parfitt Boston University 

ing Company. Discussion. Charles E. Southworth Brown 

° . Betty Muther Colby 

12.00 M. Forum, "Influence of Newspapers in Leona J. Hartstone Connecticut 

Problems of Maladjustments." Roland B. Greeley - Harvard 

Pauline E. Wood Jackson 

1.00 P.M. Dinner. Mildred Twiss M.A.C. 

• .« «-.i io- r> tit tj^„ Stephen Muther M.I.T. 

2.30 Church Service, Rev. Leslie T. Pen- Lquise e Brayton Middlebury 

nington, Conference Minister. Ruth J. Erlanger Mt. Holyoke 

Mildred Kip Radcliffe 

Executive Committee jl RANCES *J woaD Sim cS 

*^.n.*.x,v. Barbara Honeyman bmitn 

Everett M. Baker, Chairman Bradford E. Gale Tufts 

Kenneth C. Walker, Treasurer W. Woodbury Howard U. of Maine 

Caroline Drisko, Secretary Marion Mellus Wellesley 

Marion Mellus J. Baldwin Pearson Wesleyan Univ. 

Robert H. Schacht, Jr. A. F. Townsend, Jr Worcester Poly. Inst. 



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